group talking at Latino Youth Summit


Please consider supporting Badger Precollege with a financial gift to one of the funds listed below. Many youth have limited access to college due to socioeconomic status, ethnic background or lack of exposure to enrichment programs that promote higher education. With the support of friends and families like yours, we can provide the gift of learning and support a growing community of talented thinkers.

It is our aim to provide need-based scholarships to 25 percent or more of our applicants. We are grateful to be surrounded by a strong community of supporters who make it possible to give the gift of academic excellence and intellectual diversity.

Badger Precollege Fund

The Badger Precollege Fund helps provide all interested, qualified students the opportunity to attend our programs. Your gift supports need-based scholarships for students for whom cost is a barrier.

Donate to the Badger Precollege Fund

Summer Music Clinic Fund

This fund provides scholarships for middle school and high school students to attend Summer Music Clinic, where they can explore music appreciation and performance. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, with priority given to students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. Learn more about the different ways to give to Summer Music Clinic.

Donate to the Summer Music Clinic Fund

Badger Precollege Academically Advanced Youth Fund

Badger Precollege offers an array of day and residential academic summer programs for academically advanced students finishing grades 1–12. This fund supports ongoing engagement and academic challenges in a broad spectrum of disciplines.

Donate to the Badger Precollege Academically Advanced Youth Fund

How your donation supports Badger Precollege

  • $100 funds classroom supplies and books for two deserving students
  • $200 funds one student in our online classes for elementary students
  • $300 supports affordable transportation options, which remain a barrier to participation in programs on campus for some students
  • $500 helps support international students in our online programs
  • $700 purchases additional laptops to be used by students in our programs
  • $1,000 helps us expand our science and robotics kits in science and engineering classes
  • $2,000 supports a residential scholarship for a deserving student who needs financial assistance to attend one of our residential programs
  • $5,000 contributes to a two-day college preparation conference on campus for 100 underrepresented precollege students